@puddleglum, I’m not sure about that. Most wild “bees”, perhaps. Most of the wild colonies have died out in the last decade or so, due to the Colony Collapse Disorder, that scientists are (maybe) finally beginning to understand. However, before that there were lots of bee colonies out there.
And domestic bees, of course, are mostly honeybees. Well, a few beekeepers have other types, which they rent out to pollinate crops, especially bumblebees, alfalfa leafcutter bees, and orchard mason bees.